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and come back. supervisor elsbernd has some questions. >> (the san francisco board of supervisors is in recess) recess). >> president chiu: we are now back in session for our special meeting of 2012. we are in the middle of counsel. and i'd like to recognize?÷sgt supervisor elsbernd. >> supervisor elsbernd: thank%+q you, mr. president. a few questions. the first kind of follows up on the discussion that supervisors. in it supervisor wiener and you entered into a dialogue about the issue of this language being too vague, in your view that this language is too vague in the charter. just off the top, though, when i hear you argue that, was that not the exact argument that mr. mazzola made to the court, and argued that this language is too vague and the court itself found that, no, it's not? help me understand. >> well, so at the time the mazzola case was decided, the charter provided for removal for quote official misconduct, unquote. that's all. and in response to a void for vagueness challenge to that language the maz ol-a court decided, no, it's not unconstitutionally vague becau
. president chiu? aye. supervisor chu? aye. supervisor cohen? aye. supervisor elsbernd? aye. supervisor kim? aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. there are 10 ayes. >> the resolution is approved. colleagues, we still have a number of 3:30 special accommodation as well as a 4:00 p.m. special order. why don't i propose that we recess temporarily and reconvene at 3:45 so that we can roll from the special accommodations into the 4 o'clock special order. unless there is any objection, let's convene at -- let's recess until 3:45. [recess]
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